Posted by Michael Pardee on December 15, 2005, 2:28 pm
That must be the new ESP feature - the Nav Lady knew you were hungry!
Posted by Bill on December 15, 2005, 4:20 pm
I know this much: She pushes Thai food, no matter what I say.
Posted by Jean B. on December 15, 2005, 2:51 pm
That's useful feedback. Other motives for having kept my
Passat thus far, besides wondering about winter driving, are:
1. Comfort--esp. rear seat comfort on longer trips. This is
rarely a factor though.
2. The Prius, being a hatchback, gets really hot in the
summer. Ugh. And I can't say I am getting use to its being a
hatchback. The hatch door is pretty high for me to close,
too. I tend to put everything on the floor in the back and
not use the hatch at all. I am debating about whether to just
try leaving the seats down....
Posted by Bill on December 15, 2005, 4:44 pm
Other motives for having kept my
On a couple of occasions I've had adult rear seat passengers for two-three
hour trips. They commented on the surprisingly good leg room and moving the
ash tray from the front cup holder to the back cup holder. :-)
The Prius IMHO is a bit of an illusion, possibly because mine is black. It
looks bigger from the inside than from the outside.
Posted by Jean B. on December 16, 2005, 2:52 am
Well, for the short amount of time I sat in the back seat, it
seamed uncomfortable--stiff, with the seats too upright, and
too short a seat (and I am only 5 feet tall!).
BUT it is seeming more and more silly to keep my other
car--esp. since I know someone who wants to buy it (and knows
all about its woes).